Sentence Examples

  • Joy seemed to emanate from her.
  • These proposals are not formally adopted, of course; any such formal change is required to emanate from the offices of English Nature.
  • Many government bills simply reflect the everyday demands of running a country and emanate from the civil servants in the various government departments.
  • The idea was that each part of the cash register would emanate from a different speaker.
  • X-rays, gamma rays and radio waves emanate mainly from the outer regions, and vary enormously with solar activity.

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